Meet The Guy Who Stuck His Face in 24,000 Cutout Boards
Jan 26, 2016 00:35
And counting! This is Tomoyuki Shioya. By day, he works in an office, but on weekends or after work, his passion lies in one thing you would never have thought to be a passion in the first place: He puts his face in cutout boards! He loves doing it so much, he's stuck his face in more than 24,000 holes already.
Here are some examples:
Cutout boards are typically found in tourist sites in Japan.
d across Japan over the last 10 years and has taken 24,000 or more photos of it.
He didn't start out obsessed with them at first.
But he did after interacting with a few of the creators, the people who set up the boards.
It's definitely not the kind of hobby you thought one would actually be interested in.
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